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02/09/2014

Firstly apologies for the lack of news on here for the last month or so, we have been very busy, catching up with all of the back orders that we had in our system from our move. I can now confirm that we have caught up with all of these although I do have to stress that from time to time we may have out of stocks of some items. Most of these if they are out of stock we can, turn around within a couple of days. If it is an item that we buy in like e.g P&D Marsh then it could take a little longer, but we will keep you informed at every stage.

The P& D Marsh page has been fully updated with all of the new items that we have in stock and as of today's date all stock levels shown are correct. Please refresh your page to ensure that you have the most up to date on all of our othe ranges that we stock.

Other news, we are still working very hard in our design department working on new products we will hopefully have some more of these in to full production soon. The OO Gauge LNWR Crewe Special is now in production and is in stock, the price for this kit is £31.00 plus postage, order yours today.

We will keep you informed in the next few weeks on further works, on bring back some more of the old Gem range of loco kits.

One final note, if you wish to contact us by Telephone please use the following number (01929) 472197 as our temp number that we had listed will now no longer be answered as that is our personal line only.


03/07/2014

OUR NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER this is now live so please use this if you wish to contact us as our old line will does not have a telephone on it, the new number is (01929) 472197. Our move is now about 85/90 % complete the last few items will be moved in the next few weeks, but rest assured the delays have been kept to a minimum.

New items updates, the Crewe Special will be out by the end of this month, if you wish to order one now then please either email or telephone us and we will get this all sorted for you.

Longer Hours

Now that we have most of the move completed we will now be open for longer on a Friday afternoon, this now means our opening hours will be 9am -5pm Monday to Friday, but we will remain closed on the Weekends. Both the website and Ebay shop are open 24/7. Don't forget to also look at our Facebook page as updates are also psoted on there and other offers are shown too, we have new item pictures up on the Facebook page as well.

 


05/06/2014

IMPORTANT NOTICE:As of todays date any one wishing to contact us should please use the following address and telephone number POSTAL Address :- 12 Manor Farm Road, Bere Regis, Wareham, Dorset. BH20 7HB. Email address remains the same.

This is due to the fact that we are leaving our current unit due to rising costs and trying to keep the products at a low cost for all of our Trade and Retail customers a like. There may be some slight delay in orders being dispatched but we will keep this to a minimum disruption as possible.



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OO Gauge


OO Scale OO gauge or OO scale (also spelled 00 gauge and 00 scale) model railways are the most popular standard-gauge model railway tracks in the U.K. This track gauge is one of several 4mm-scale standards (4 mm:foot / 304.8 mm or 1:76.2) used, but it is the only one to be served by the major manufacturers. Despite this, the OO track gauge of 16.5 mm (0.650 in) is inaccurate for 4mm scale, and other gauges of the same scale have arisen to better serve the desires of some modellers for greater scale accuracy.

 


N Gauge


N Scale N scale is a popular model railway scale/track gauge. Depending upon the manufacturer (or country), the scale ranges from 1:148 to 1:160. In all cases, the gauge (the distance between the rails) is 9 mm (0.354 in). The term N gauge refers to the track dimensions, but in the UK in particular N gauge refers to a 1:148 scale with 9 mm (0.354 in) track gauge modelling. The terms N scale and N gauge are often used interchangeably. An advantage of N scale is that it allows hobbyists to build layouts that take up less space than HO scale, or put longer track runs into the same amount of space, because the models are smaller (by nearly a half) than they are in HO scale (1:87).